Oscar Garden - An unsung hero



Seventy-five years ago an unknown, novice aviator landed his second-hand de Haviland Gipsy Moth on a dusty airstrip in the far north of Western Australia, becoming the fourth person to fly from England to Australia. It was 4 November 1930, and, at 27 years old, Oscar Garden was the youngest and by far the most inexperienced. By Mary Garden.

Access restricted:

Access to this article is restricted to AHSNZ Members. Memberships start at $60 NZD and you can Join online